Frio County Election AdministratorCarlos E. Segura
500 E. San Antonio St. #5
Pearsall, TX, 78061
Phone: (830) 334-3975
Fax: (830) 334-3984
2016 Frio County General Election
Last Day to Register to Vote:
October 11, 2016
Early Voting Location and Hours:
Frio County Community Room
410 S. Pecan St.
Pearsall, Texas 78061 – 3145
October 24, 2016 - October 28, 2016 (M-F) 8:00AM to 5:00PM
October 29, 2016 (Saturday) 7:00AM to 7:00PM
October 31, 2016 – November 4, 2016 (M-F) 8:00AM to 5:00PM
Application for ballot by mail started January 1, 2016. The application is considered submitted at the time of receipt.
Application shall be mailed to:
Carlos E. Segura
Frio County Election Administrator / Early Voting Clerk
500 E. San Antonio St., Box # 5
Pearsall, Texas 78061 – 3145
Application for ballots by mail MUST be received NO LATER than 5:00 p.m. on October 28, 2016
Election Day Location and Hours:
7:00AM - 7:00PM Tuesday, November 8, 2016
Voting Box Location:
Voter ID Information
2016 Sample Ballot
2015 Constitutional Amendment Election
Volunteer Deputy Registrar
Frio County November 4 , 2014 General Election Results
Office of Secretary of State 2014 General Election Official
County Assistance Tax District Proposal November 4, 2014 Election Results
Dear Frio County Voters:
If you have chosen to cast your ballot by mail, I would like to share with you information about the process of voting by mail.Under the law, applications (copies or originals) to vote by mail do not become a public record until the first business day after the Election Day. In recent years, certain campaigns have tried to identify and influence voters casting a ballot from home. When you vote by mail, you may take the following steps to protect your ballot and your vote:
- Know your rights as a voter: You have the right to vote for the candidates of your choice. You have the right to mark your own ballot or to receive assistance with reading or marking your ballot from a person you know and trust. Your vote is secret. You do not have to tell anyone how or for whom you voted. If a person assists you with reading or marking your ballot, it is a crime for that person to reveal how or for whom you voted.
- Be careful about assistance: No one should help you with your ballot, unless you cannot read the language written on the ballot or unless you have a disability that makes you unable to write or to see. If one of these conditions applies to you, we recommend that you ask a family member or trusted friend for assistance with your ballot. The person assisting you must mark your ballot according to your instruction and cannot suggest how you should vote. The assistant must place his or her name, address, and signature on the carrier envelope.
- Mail your own ballot: If you can’t get to the mailbox to mail your own ballot, give your ballot to a family member or trusted friend to mail for you. Do not accept offers from strangers to mail your ballot for you. Texas law prohibits voted ballots from being delivered by common or contract carrier from campaign headquarters.
If you follow these simple guidelines, be assured your vote will count. If anyone attempts to pressure or intimidate you, we urge you to report this to the county elections office, your district attorney’s office, or our office toll-free at 1-800-252-VOTE (8683).
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